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Greetings & Stationery


“cards are chosen not just for ‘being pretty’ but with a depth that goes beyond your average greetings card”


Greetings from the Garden Look for...


cards with a rustic feel


Greetings expert, Charlotte Cowell has been out and about looking for new products and discovered some striking new ideas. It was at the recent PG Live exhibition that she found


publisher, Ezen and the Chelsea Flower range that was purposely launched with garden centres in mind. Director David Werheim said: “While exhibiting at


Spring Fair we noticed a significant number of people from various garden centres apparently looking, but not finding, the product that matched their requirements. We thought there was a need for a range of cards to suit this demand and got busy producing our Chelsea Flower range.” All the cards are produced on FSC (forest management


eco aware) paper stock. They are hand finished with rounded corners to take away the edge of mass-produced corners. Brown ribbed envelopes evoke a rustic feel and


each has symbolisms of the featured flower explained on the back. David said special sentiments make each card


particularly pertinent for the recipient. “Our cards are chosen not just for ‘being pretty’ but with a depth that goes beyond your average greetings card,” he said. Ezen also offers other ranges including Best of British, a Vintage range featuring art deco posters, Funny Animals and more. Charlotte also liked Happy Nut Creations – an exciting


new publisher offering original, hand-illustrated greeting cards to make people smile printed on FSC board; Meagan Brown - a fledgling publisher of whimsical colourful cards; Linda Wood – offering brand new designs in the Botanica range using a lovely botanical drawing style teamed with fanciful, brightly coloured creatures.


March / April 2015 Giftware Review & Home Interiors 43


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